|Home Movies: Can 11268: Detroit, Michigan Family, Postal Workers, ca. 1955|
Home movies presumably shot by a Detroit, Michigan family showing children, babies, backyard action, adults, children and baby posing with automobile parked on street. A sequence towards the end of the film shows postal workers posing outside a U.S. Post Office facility, probably located on Baltimore St. in Detroit, by the railroad tracks.
Keywords: Home movies; Detroit; families; children; babies; automobiles; postal workers; labor
Downloads: 444 (1 review)
|Home Movies: Can 11262: Detroit, Michigan Family, World War II-era|
Home movies shot in and around the home of a Detroit, Michigan family, probably during World War II.
Keywords: home movies; Detroit; backyards; children; streets; automobiles; soldiers
Downloads: 531 (1 review)
|Home Movies: Can 11303: Detroit, Michigan High School Football Game and Young People Socializing, ca. 1940s|
Home movies presumably shot in and around Detroit, Michigan, ca. mid-1940s (possibly World War II-era). Includes scenes at an unidentified high-school football game, and scenes of young adults socializing around houses and cars.
Keywords: Home movies; Detroit; Football; High schools; Young adults; Teenagers; Automobiles
Downloads: 1,072 (1 review)
|Home Movie: PA100018: Beany's Drive-In, Long Beach, Calif., ca. 1952|
Activities at the newly opened Beany's drive-through fast food restaurant, Long Beach, California, 1952 or 1953.
Keywords: California; Long Beach; Los Angeles County; fast food; restaurants; food; car culture; automobiles; suburbia; hamburgers; youth
Downloads: 69,290 (3 reviews)
|Home Movies: Can 11302: Detroit, Michigan Family|
Home movies presumably shot by a Detroit, Michigan family, approx, late 1940s or early 1950s. Includes family and home scenes, members of a wedding party and guests on the sidewalk, two men on local automobile trips, two men putting flowers on a gravestone in a cemetery, family getting into a car for a trip, zoo scenes, and backyard scenes.
Keywords: Home movies; Detroit; Families; Homes; Weddings; Automobiles; Roadtrips; Men; Cemeteries; Flowers; Zoos; Backyards
Downloads: 1,406 (1 review)
|Home Movies: Can 11339: A Little Picnic|
Produced by Jack Simmons and Bob Jordan. Titles date film as Sunday, July 7, 1940. Includes scenes of a picnic, two men practicing contact gymnastics, resting and sport. After "The End" title, film includes footage of automobile racing on banked track in enclosed stadium, point-of-view scenes shot from a car driving westbound on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, eastbound scenes on the bridge, scenes on San Francisco Bay shot from a ferry, a parade on an unidentified occasion (possibly the c...
Keywords: San Francisco; San Francisco Bay; San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge; Golden Gate Bridge; home movies; leisure; recreation; Motion pictures (titles); driving; ferries; Automobiles (Racing)
Downloads: 924 (1 review)